Bodo Korig: Limits

Oktober 17 – November 9, 2010 

Bodo Korsig: Limits     

Opening: Sunday October 17, 2010, 11 am     

Hours: Tues-Sat: 15 pm – 19 pm

Galerie für moderne Kunst
Hildegard Reeh
Lerchenweg 26
54331 Oberbillig
Tel +49 6501-12297

Bodo Korsig: „Metal“

Reception for the Artists:
Saturday, September 11, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

Exhibition Dates:
September 11 – October 30, 2010 

Greenfield Sacks Gallery

Bergamot Station 
2525 Michigan Avenue, B6
Santa Monica, California 9040

T: 310 264 0640
F: 310 264 0740

Das vertraute Unvertraute (The Familiar Unfamiliar)

August 28 – September 26, 2010 

The inherent Poetry of the Material 
New Positions in the Fine Arts      

Opening: Friday August 27, 2010, 7 pm     

Tues, Thurs-Sun: 11 am.-6 pm. 
Wed: 11 am-8 pm   

Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Schlossplatz 2, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany

Kindheit und Jugend


Kunsthalle Trier, Aachenerstr. 63, 54294 Trier, Germany, fon: 0651 / 99 84 6-0

Picture: Bodo Korsig, happiness is expensive, 2010, colored paper, 200 x 400 cm

Printing monotypes with the road roller

Printing monotypes with the road roller in front of the Museum Biedermann on Sunday,  the 20th of September 2009

Selection – Insights into the Biedermann Collection

20th September 2009 – 14th February 2010

Museumsweg 1
78166 Donaueschingen

BANDE | Reopening

bis zum 05. September 09 

Artist: Rolf Bergmeier (D), Helle Jetzig (D), Vivian Kahra (USA), Chicaco Kato (Japan), Toshiya Kobayashi (Japan), Bodo Korsig (D/USA), Seamus Nicolson (GB), Udo Noeger (USA), Sarah Oppenheimer (USA), Andrew Schoultz (USA), Claudia Spielmann (D), Rik van Iersel (NL), Trak Wendisch (D), Markus Willeke (D), Heiko Zahlmann (D)   

Galerie Borchardt Hopfensack 19/Hopfenburg 
20457 Hamburg   
Fon ++49 (0)40 388 988     

Di-Fr 12 bis 18 Uhr 
Sa 11 bis 16 Uhr

yväskylä Art Museum Holvi 12.6.–27.9.2009

18 collaborative projects were chosen to participate in this year’s exhibition. Some of these projects will be made in-situ specifically for Graphica Creativa. The artists involved are from Finland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Great-Britain, Ireland, USA, Canada, Korea and China. 

The exhibition is composed of prints involving dance, music, photographs, video art, and literature. Along with artists, the collaborative groups also include a socio-historian, a stone-smith and an art critic. Graphica Creativa is organized by the Jyväskylä Art Museum and the Luova Grafiikka association.   

Jyväskylä Art Museum Holvi 
Kauppakatu 23